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  • #106254
    mak_trouble891
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    My partner and I were getting intimate the other night, and he criticised my ‘technique’ lol
    I was instantly turned off. I’m not sure if it was they way he said it or what. But I almost instantly stopped and put my clothes back on. What is a mood killer for you?

    #108685
    Kit
    Participant

    Groan :|. Communication is awesome but ‘you’re doing it wrong’ never helps.

    I find distracted behaviour to be a mood killer, anything that makes it clear they’re in it for themselves or charging towards a goal.

    #108686
    mak_trouble891
    Participant

    I totally agree @Kit, especially when they look at the TV if its on lol

    #108687
    Curiosity
    Participant

    Sometimes the fumble for the condom, taking too long to find it, then put it on can be a mood killer. It’s good to have it within reach if things you and your partner are intending to escalate sexual activities

    #108688
    EggplantEmoji
    Participant

    We find that phone notifications annoy us! Have to put our phones on silent/flight mode to avoid any distracting buzzes. 

    #108689
    mak_trouble891
    Participant

    Have you ever had someone come to the front door while in the middle of it? Omg, frustrating and a mood killer. But what should you do finish or stop and answer?

    #108690
    Aunt_FloAunt_Flo
    Moderator

    I second the tv or phones being a mood killer. Not a nice feeling. I’ve had to get used to a few things that used to be mood killers, like the sound of footsteps outside of my room. Ah, the burden of living at home!

    #108691
    Kit
    Participant

    Oh yes! All of these!

    The fumbling/waiting time needs some hold music or something. But nice, mood enhancing hold music 😉

    And those phones on vibrate! I was once so distracted by a silent phone because it then reverted to a flashing light and no matter how many times I turned the phone over or thought I tucked it away, it might as well have been a flashlight in my eye – interrogation style!

    #108692
    walk_on_walls
    Participant

    Haha @Kit the flashing light on the phone had me cracking up.

    Talking about their ex can pretty much end the sex.

    #108693
    Kit
    Participant

    Omg yes @walk_on_walls. Nothing says ‘I’m not into this’ like talking about someone not in the room at the time…

    #108694
    NickiPower
    Participant

    My phone is always on silent/facedown when in the bedroom anyway, it leads to a much better sleep as well! 

    #108695
    Curiosity
    Participant

    Had a mood killer with my partner the other night, he complemented me on my progress toning my legs and butt. Only for my mind to then zero in on that I didn’t think there was that much progress and then to gosh what was I like before! Not the ideal time to give that complement

    #108696
    NickiPower
    Participant

    Oh no @Curiosity! I’m sure he meant well, but the timing was just off!!

    #108697
    v4wanndii
    Participant

    The mood killer? I think it would be my family… we live as an extended  family. So there are 6 of us in one house. sometimes, it is not easy if you want to be a bit loud.. you can get what i mean.

    #108698
    mak_trouble891
    Participant

    Oh no @Curiosity I can totally relate. My partner has a habit of commenting on my appearance, and how much a jiggle right before he wants some action

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